When you buy or lease a car, truck, or van in Idaho, you are safeguarded by the state's motor vehicle warranty law, also known as the “lemon law”. This law was created to protect consumers from any potential issues that may arise with their vehicle. If the manufacturer is unable to resolve any issues with the vehicle, they are not allowed to require the dealer to reimburse any costs, such as refunds or replacement of the vehicle. This includes any costs incurred by the manufacturer due to this law, unless there is evidence that the dealer failed to carry out repairs in a timely manner or in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. Leaseholders of new motor vehicles have the same rights against the manufacturer as those who buy a new motor vehicle.
However, if it is determined that the manufacturer must accept the return of the consumer's leased vehicle in accordance with Idaho Code section 48-903, they are not entitled to a replacement vehicle but only to a refund as provided by this section. In addition to government fees, 26% tax, financing charges, dealer document processing fees, electronic filing fees, emission test charges, freight (transportation to the dealer), and additional dealer margin (A. D. M.), there may be other warranties available for motorcycles purchased from a dealer in Boise, Idaho. It is important to check with your dealer for more information on what warranties are available and what they cover.